29th Conference of the International Society for the Sociology of Religion
July 23 - 27, 2007 in Leipzig, Germany
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Secularity and religious vitality are often in tension, if not in conflict, and both have many meanings. Each can be defined and examined at the macro-, meso- and micro-levels, each can be seen as a process or a stable condition, and each can occur as either the exception or the rule. But if one thing is clear in recent research, it is that secularity and religious vitality very often co-exist, in part because they frequently play off one another dialectically. Read more about the theme
Opening Session: Secularity and Religious Vitality: the Two Germanys and Their International Context
One: New Theoretical Approaches to Secularity and Religious Vitality
Two: Case Studies of Religious Vitality and Secularity Around the World
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